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Burgerz
January 29, 2023

Travis Alabanza’s international breakout hit Burgerz will take the stage at Theatre Works this February, as part of Midsumma Festival. Helmed by the Green Room Award winning team behind “The... LEARN

Finucane & Smith – House of the Heart
January 29, 2023

Celebrating Lunar New Year in the luckiest place in Melbourne, internationally-acclaimed cabaret provocateurs Finucane & Smith meld the ancient with the contemporary for House of the Heart – a cabaret

Men Still Shooting
January 29, 2023

XYZ is honored to present the work of six older male artists who have been in practice more than a decade. In this exhibition the curator, garrie maguire, has selected... LEARN MORE

Midsumma Festival and the Victorian Pride Centre
January 29, 2023

Thomas Jasper talks to the Sunday Arts Magazine team.

MILF and Mistress
January 29, 2023

A dynamic and darkly comic premiere season, The MILF and Mistress is a rare and compelling theatrical event that centres on the older lesbian experience. Hitting the stage at Theatre... LEARN MORE

Queens of the Pub
January 23, 2023

Queens of the Pub is an explosive new exhibition of photographic images, films and costumes by Gerard OConnor and Marc Wasiak. This project is about combining diversity, honouring the queen... LEARN

The Body is More Than This
January 23, 2023

We perceive bodies as borders; curved spines that push against the weight of the world. Like a rising tide changing the shoreline they are constantly becoming tender, flexing, magnetic... LEARN MORE

Lemon Tree on Dreg Street
January 23, 2023

Playing as a part of the 2023 Midsumma Festival, award-winning playwright and poet Amy May Nunn returns to Theatre Works with their latest work; Lemon Tree on Dreg Street. Incorporating... LEARN MORE

Economic Innovations
January 23, 2023

This book is a series of vignettes about changes to Australian institutions, organisations and systems that have significantly improved economic and social well-being for Australians. Economic system

Ben MacEllen
January 23, 2023

Benjamin MacEllen is a memoirist, lyricist, actor, poet, playwright, and activist who has been writing stories, songs, poems and plays since he was a young child. He writes and speaks... LEARN MORE